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, twins alexis and noah beery are typical energetic and athletic 13-year-olds but their lives have not always been this way. the 8th grader recall a day when the most basic activity was a struggle. >> before we would wobble, and we wouldn't be able to talk. we would just we couldn't do anything. we couldn't learn. >> i'd see other kids doing all is stuff doing sports and climbing and sliding down slides. you know, that was pretty much my biggest dream. >> shortly after birth, twins alexis and for what cried incessantly. doctors called it colic and retta beery sensed something else was off. >> when they were 9 months old we knew that something was wrong with their development. they were so floppy when they were 9 months old. when you would hold them they would flop back they had no muscle tone whatsoever. >> inthe months and years that followed alexis and noah's condition deteriorated. the beery family went from one medical specialist to another. but none could offer a definitive diagnosis for their twins. >> not knowing what is going on, having the doctors grab us and putting needl
, is he in here? then he ran out. >> reporter: 8-year-old alexis was in her third grade classroom at the time. >> you hear an ambulance and police officer come and everybody was a little scared, crying. i felt actually a little sick. and i thought i was going to throw up. >> reporter: were kids crying and screaming? >> yeah, kids were crying. not screaming. they were all huddling together. and they got -- they felt so sick. >> reporter: teachers led the students single file from the schoolhouse to a nearby fire station. >> we got in a line. we had to close our eyes. and we all put our hands on other people's shoulders. and then our teacher held the first person's hand and she led us out. >> reporter: parents were alerted by text message in a frantic parade of them arrived at the fire station hoping to find their children alive. >> heartbreaking. it's heartbreaking. i mean, i don't -- when i heard, i -- i started crying. >> reporter: alexis' parents were among the lucky. her mom said when she arrived at the firehouse, alexis was already with her father. >> he had her in his arms. a
. let's get a look at first 4 traffic again with alexis davies. >> thank you, veronica. still tracking breaking news involving a tractor-trailer northbound 28. we've got three right lanes blocked right now due to the accident. left lanes are getting by. traveling elsewhere on the roadways, maryland beltway is running very smoothly right now. no incidents reported as you travel through montgomery county. we have a live look now here at university boulevard and the beltway there. running very nicely. checking -- travel times actually, 95 to 270 is an 11-minute ride to the spur. richard, erika? >>> thank you so much, alexis. the redskins magical season will continue for at least another week. >> the burgundy and gold are heading to the playoffs thanks to a thrilling win to the cowboys. the redskins rookies, they were the big story. they accounted for all 28 of the 'skins points. alfred morris rushed for 200 yards and three touchdowns. robert griffin iii rushed for a touchdown too. this is the redskins first division title since 1999. >> this is a special year for us, we went out and we we
, 270 looking good as you head in southbound. >> all right. thanks so much, alexis. we've got breaking news this morning. over to the live desk with derek ward. >> good morning. iraqi officials say a parked car bomb killed three people and wounded 21 south of baghdad. now, a police officer says that the explosion took place in a busy street in a southern city where local government offices are located. accounts also say the blast occurred as pilgrims were making a trip to a nearby holy site. not sure how many were among the casualties. it's about 60 miles south of baghdad. derrick ward, live at the news desk. >>> it's down to the wire. less than 24 hours from the miss cliff deadline. congress is reportedly inching closer toward a deal. the house will reconvene at 9:00 this morning. the senate will return to capitol hill at 11:00 a.m. talks hit a standstill yesterday after mitch mcconnell proposed social security cuts. democrats rejected the plan, aides say. there has been what they call constructive movement on key issues like taxes, including a compromise on where to set higher rates
by 3:00 p.m. today. alexis, not looking like a bad day at all for us. >> it's not, veronica. the roadways are looking really good too for this new year's eve. no incidents reported traveling on the beltways. we still have that accident on northbound 28. sully road where a tractor-trailer is blocking the three right lanes. you can get by to the left there. here's a live look at vdot. traveling elsewhere on the roadways, 95 northbound is clear and incident-free as you travel from dale city up to the springfield milling ton interchange. a live look at 95 north of the occoquan where travel speeds are ten minutes up to the beltway. erika? >>> thanks a lot. the washington redskins, you'll be hearing a lot from them this week. they're in the playoffs. they clinched the nfc title last night by beating the boys in blue. the cowboys 28-18 last night. it was the 'skins seventh straight win after starting the season 3-6. redskins fans have been waiting five years to see their team in the post-season. a couple of guys who were still in high school during the last playoff appearance are t
reduction. >> heather: alexis is the executive director of the american values institute and ford owe continental is chairman of civic forum pac. thank you both for joining us. >> thank you for having us. >> heather: the pledge to work on a new bill is by no means a solution to the sweeping set of tax hikes set to hit january 1 followed by steep spending cuts. lawmakers still have to write the bill. they have opera's something that can pass both chambers. will they get it done. ford? >> i think they can get it done. the question is whether or not house republicans will be able to really push senate democrats in the right direction with respect to tax. president obama has shown no leadership on this. what they really need to do is minimize the damage from what president obama is trying to push for the higher tax cuts because they're going to need public opinion on their side in the new year to really make entitlement reform because at the end of the day, we're ohm talk being tax. we know $16 trillion in debt. the real problem right now is entitlement spending because at 62 to 65% of th
their children. this is 8-year-old alexis wasik and her mother. >> you were in there? what happened? >> we heard like an ambulance and a police officer come and everybody was a little scared, crying and i felt actually a little sick. thought i was going to throw up. >> were kids crying and screaming? >> yes. kids were crying, not really screaming, but they were all huddling together and felt so sick. >> reporter: her mom said when she arrived at the firehouse, alexis was with her father. >> he had her in his arms and were crying and she just goes, momma, i'm okay, i'm here. >> reporter: another mom whose kids go to a nearby school told us she was putting off picking them up because she didn't want to tell them about the horror here. >> this is the last few hours of their life that they're going to be a kid. >> reporter: we don't know much about the victims yet. there are the reports about the principal, dawn hochsprung, being among those who were shot. >> you can tell she loved her job, she loved the kids. sandy hook was a safe school. >> just monday she tweeted this upbeat message about kinderg
. and everywhere. >> reporter: paula faris, abc news, new york. >> let's get it out now to alexis arnold, a reporter at our abc affiliate in rochester, new york. alexis, we were so struck by the emotion in the voices of the people holding the news conferences today. when they talk about the people who died today, they're talking about their friends, aren't they? >> reporter: well, that's right. and here you have a situation, they're going to work. they're going to do their jobs. fight a fire. and on christmas eve, they get shot, just simply doing their jobs. many of the law enforcement officials we spoke to today, they worked with a lot of these men who are being considered heroes. >> every time we cover a shooting and we cover way too many shooting incidents, you hear the same thing. people saying, i never thought it would happen here. but in tiny webster, new york, on christmas eve, that has most definitely got to be the case. so, what are you hearing from the people who live there? >> reporter: the neighborhood this took place in is a very nice, safe, quiet neighborhood. so, very shoc
are welcome. >> i want to bring in 18-year-old alexis. she was in the mall getting her hair done and heard the sounds of gun fire. she's on the phone with us, as well, tonight. i don't know if you were able to hear taylor's version of what she saw and witnessed, give us your perspective on what happened when you heard those gunshots. >> yes, hi there. i did hear her story. my story is a little different. i was actually downstairs, a little ways away from where he shooting was. i had just got my hair done and the girl was blow drying my hair when all of a sufden over the blow drier we could hear this loud noise that sounded like the roof was falling in or metal clashing. at first we weren't sure what it was and we turned off the blow dryer and we were like what is that noise and the girl doing my hair said, is that a gun? i think that's a gun. it sounds like a gun and the receptionists looked in to the mall and saw multiple people running and scattering away and running outside and she was like oh, my god, it's a gun. so we all ran outside through the back of the hair salon n to the back of
is going on, joining me is alexis who is in third grade and you saw a lot of what was going on? >> well, we found all of these people and there was like right near the window in our classroom and we saw a police officers and we heard them on the roof and in our building. >> was everybody crying, scared, wanting their parents to come get them? >> yeah, they were. and then some people were even like, they kind of got a stomach ache. >> did you hear any gunshots or anything like that? >> well, police officers, like they were kind of because they are police officers right out the door like trying to find the guy. >> are you okay right now? >> yeah. >> are you sure? >> uh-huh. >> how excited were you to see dad? >> excited. >> dad, you look worse than her, i've got to tell you. >> yeah. shocking. i got the call at work this morning and i can't believe a small town like this would ever have anything like this happen and to be in an elementary school, it's unheard of. >> k through 4. >> yes. >> and you say there are 600 kids in there? >> yes. roughly around 600. >> what was going through your mind
. this the is 8-year-old alexis and her mother. were you in there alexis. what happened? >> fog really much. you hear like an ambulance and police officer come and everybody was a little scared. crying. i felt actually a little sick and i thought i was going to throw up. >>reporter: kid crying and scream. >> crying. they were all hugging together and they were so sick. >>reporter: another mom whose kids go to nearby school told us she was putting off picking them up because she simply did at the time want to tell them about the horror here. >> the last 2 hours of their life they will be a kid. >>reporter: we don't know much about the victims yet. there are those reports about the principal don being among those with were shot. >> you can tell she loved her job. she loved the kids. sandy link was a safe school. >>reporter: only 3 victims were brought to the local hospital. 2 of them died. >> number of us imagine what it must have felt like on 9/11 with people bracing for scores of injured and didn't arrive. e-all day here the sad sight of ambulances driving slowly. lights not flas
was also unharmed. also joining us joe and lynn wassick as well as their daughter alexis who was in the 3rd grade at sandy hook. two days later, robert, how is your family doing? >> you know, we are taking it day by day and minute by minute. it's what both our son and our daughter saw is incomprehensible. we're trying to make sense of a senseless act. we speak to him. we make sure we understand what he is feeling. we try to explain things that can't be explained. and we take stock in our faith and in our community, our neighbors and our friends who have been just tremendous. >> lynn and joe. and little alexis, i see there in front of you. does alexis want to talk about it and if so what are you telling her? >> as far as talking, we haven't -- we're breaking it to her slowly. we're not trying to pry too much if she is forth coming in telling us stuff, we're allowing it, you know, we're letting her come out slowly. we're not prying into her, you know, what happened. we don't want to do that. >> robert, your son, aden, is in the first grade. and i understand that the gunman burst into his clas
court. and she earns the cheers from the crowd. but guard alexis thompson can't hear them. let's take you to santa clara. to most in attendance a mission college basketball game sounds like this. [ noise ] >> reporter: for saints first year guard alexis, the game sounds like this. [ silence ] >> reporter: alexis has been deaf since she was two months old. >> yes, i do feel like it is a challenge. definitely sometimes. especially with coach sometimes you know and the team. you definitely have to work hard at it and try to get involved. >> reporter: the vallejo native has been involved in basketball since age 9. always nearby is jessica wang, mission college's sign language interpreter who declined to be interviewed for this story preferring that her animated signing style do the talking. >> you got two choices. you get together and start playing hard or we're going to be sitting. fair enough? one, two, three! >> mission! >> reporter: the two are together at time-outs, halftime speeches, there she is in the background. a value asset for alexsis and the coach -- well, most times. >> som
moves east. >> thank you. appreciate it. >> you bet. >> let's check traffic. alexis is here for danella. >> good morning. overall the beltway is running smooth now. no incidents or delays as you travel on the beltway. good news is falls church. the water main break on the southbound side of haycock road has been re-opened. heads up if you are headed into the district. parking rules and meters are in force today as are the hov lane restrictions. be careful as you are driving in. a live look at 270. no delays there. keith? >> alexis, new this morning. fairfax county police are investigating a deadly crash. a tractor-trailer and car collided near route 66 west before 2:00 this morning. we are told the driver in the car died. police haven't released any information about the victims or what caused the crash. >> family, friends and classmates are remembering a 19-year-old football player murdered in fairfax county. dozens gathered at battlefield high school in hay market in memory of xavier stringfellow. he was a sophomore in virginia. he played football at that school as well. police found
and lynn and their daughter alexis, in the third grade at sandy hook. two days later, robert, how is your family doing? >> you know, we are taking it day by day, minute by minute. it is -- what both our son and our daughter saw is incomprehensible. we are trying to make sense of a senseless act. we speak to him, we make sure we understand what he is feeling. we try to explain things that can't be explained. and, we take stock in our faith and in our community, our neighbors and our friends, who have been just tremendous. >> chris: lynn and joe, and, little alexis, i see in front of you, does she want to talk about it? and if so, what are you telling her? >> it -- as far as talking, we are breaking it to her slowly, we're not trying to pry too much. if she is forthcoming and telling us stuff, we're allowing it -- you know, letting her come out slowly. we're not prying into her, you know, what happened. we don't want to do that. >> chris: robert, your son, aden, is in the first grade and i understand the gunman burst into his classroom and was confronted and shot his very brave teacher, we'
adults. alexis says she was in a classroom when police burst in and told everyone to hide in a corner. now what happened with her daughter and good evening to you. wow. what a day this must be. >> unbelievable day. she's holding up and she's been a trooper. we're doing a lot of talking and a lot of communicating and a lot of extra hugs and kiss. >> bill: how do you communicate with her now, lynn? what are you talking about? >> we're honest with her and she didn't know that the principal had been killed and so she had heard that on the news. i sat down next to her and explained to her what had happened and the man that did all of this is no longer here. we talked a lot about feelings and talked a lot about how are you doing and is there anything you would like or what do you want to talk about, or -- just in general, just how are you as a person? she's eight. she's not two. so there is, unfortunately, you can't hide things from children at this age. so we're just in constant communication with her to kind of check in and say, are you doing okay? or what are you thinking about? are you
and it was alexis telling me what he wanted to do and help me do, and i'm going, oh, my god. >> he had seen the picture we had put up in march of dad holding his gold record over his face with what had been going up throughout his career and overnight that picture went viral, it was shared like 30,000 times on facebook, liked 100,000 times ezy, yoko ono, alice cooper, countless artists posted on their personal website to raise awareness and alexis saw it on readit, because it became the top number one page and says oh my god, this is perfect. this is what some people are trying to do to show it's not us ruining the older musician's career. it's the fact they weren't taken care of from the beginning. >> i think we should remind or tell people that alexis o'haney, is that correct. >> yes. >> is the co-founder of readit, so he is the one who made that call that really in many ways has saved you. so tell us how that -- >> totally. >> -- fund-raising campaign is working? >> right now it's working beautifully and we have reached our goal as far as enough to record the first cd and we hope to just
cliff. alexis christoforous, "cbs news," new york. >>> coming up on "cbs this morning," an update on your last-minute holiday travel and we'll get a live report from dallas-ft. worth airport. >>> plus, the nra is speaking out in the debate over the gun control. we'll hear from someone from nra >>> and from ""zero dark thirty"" to "lincoln, we'll look back at the best films of 2012. that's your "cbs morning news" on this monday. thanks for watching. i'm duarte geraldino, have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com december 24. i'm frank mallicoat. >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news this morning. >>> hi, everyone, and good morning. >>> here's a check of your forecast. >> things beginning to settle down a little bit. not done with the showers yet. the rainfall will be on and off. hoping for a little more sun toward the afternoon and some drier weather on the way. >> and all that rain yesterday packed a punch on the roadways. we had a lot of flooding reports and some roads still shut down. closed by valley ford road. we also have a closure until about 5:00 this morn
alexis and chloe and dad is john. we actually spoke to dad. this is a little tune he came up with on his guitar. look at this, he played this tune for them in utero. he would play this song and it would calm them while they were in mom's tummy. >> it really is their song. >> yeah. >> i do like how the one on the right gets distracted and her sister goes, come on, dad's playing the song. can't stop dancing. their reaction, though, they recognize the song in the moment. just to think about, did they really remember it from being in utero to this? that's amazing. ♪ >>> a pro kayaker flies off the edge. >> oh! >> i was not expecting that. >> hurt my stomach. >> see how it's done on the "rtm" countdown. >>> and hikers spot a long, dark shaft with a furry surprise. that is a koala! >> find out why it took more than one rescue to get to the happy ending. >>> welcome back to the "rtm" top ten countdown. we've got six more videos to go, and at number six, a strange strip tease. >> we all know it's a nice gesture to offer your seat to a lady on public transportation, on the subway or a bus. that
. nasdaq down 23. let's go to new york, where alexis christoforous has tonight's cbs money watch update. >> reporter: stocks rallied as corporate news overshadowed concerns about the fiscal cliff. citigroup plans to cut 11,000 jobs as the bank's new ceo looks to save money. the cuts amount to about 4% of siti's -- sity's -- citi's work group. and it includes closing some branches. u.s. companies added fewer workers in november. bartly because super storm sandy shut down many businesses. including factories and retailers. they will get a better picture of the job market friday. shares of apple fell as much as 4% after a research firm raised its outlook of sales for tablet computers, pointing to strong demand from ipad rivals, from amazon, google and samsung. >>> and nokia's stock rallied,a -- after they launched a new version of the smart phone for the chinese market. >>> and another starbucks may be opening near you. the world's biggest coffee chain plans to add 150 stores over the u.s. over the next five years bringing the total number of starbucks
territory. the dow was up 40. s&p up 5. nasdaq up 16. let's go to new york, where alexis christoforous has tonight's cbs money watch update. >> stocks barely budged higher before friday's monthly jobs report. new figures show the number of people applying for unemployment fell to 323,000. suggesting companies are doing some modest hiring. a gnaw survey -- new survey found foreclosed homes accounted for 19% of all home sales this summer. buyers paid 32% less for a home in foreclosure. republicans say more needs to be done to shore up the finances. a recent audit shows the agency faces more than $16 billion in losses and may require a taxpayer bailout. the fha has sustained big losses from defaults on home mortgages. apple's ceo says the company will produce one of its existing lines of mac computers in the u.s. next year. the company will spend $100 million to ship from china. apple began making the computer in the u.s. but began outsourcing in the mid'90s. and parent company with t- mobile reached a new deal with apple. t-mobile had been the lone
. first stop, twins chloe and alexis who rocked out to dad's guitar. >> you guys ready? ♪ ♪ >> chloe and alexis are here with us again and their parents, john and ashley. good morning, everybody. i don't know if they're going to be in the mood to dance. we never learn our lesson. we will try it again at some point. first, since when talked in august, your video went from 1 million hits to 14 million hits. what's it like to have these famous babies? >> pretty amazing. you really don't think something like that will go worldwide. >> i look at alexis here, she hears her father and starting to dance a little bit. have the babies changed at all? exhibiting any diva-like behavior? >> they dance all the time, i mean, just watching tv as the song comes on tv, they just start rocking out. yeah. >> one of the things that's so cute and people just love, the way they look at each other right before they start dancing. do they still have that bond or still seem that close? >> yeah. absolutely. it's not as common for them to give that look. it's really random when they do that now, but they've sti
moneywatch reporter alexis christoforous shows us the recently jobless couple now the country's newest millionaires. [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: the country's newest megamillionaires stepped into the spotlight. >> the hill family, come on up. >> reporter: cindy and mark hill of dearborn, missouri, bought one of the two winning tickets for the $588 million powerball. >> i was thinking, is that the right numbers? is that the right numbers? and i was shaking. and i called my husband, and i said, i think i'm having a heart attack. >> reporter: it's a giant reversal of fortune for the hills. high school sweethearts who not long ago were both out of work. they will share the jackpot with a lucky winner who bought a ticket thank you 4 sons food store in arizona. >> we were obviously dreaming that somebody from this store would have won. >> reporter: that winner hasn't come forward but surveillance video from a maryland gas station shows a man who may be holding the lucky ticket. he shows it to the clerk, then rushes from the store. back in missouri, mark hill says the reality hasn't
sweat and going and the opposite direction. >> we are fortunate that this-volkswagen and alexis are not life-threatening injuries. we have not had a fatality since 2001. >> this should be completed by 2014. a spokesperson a sign that this could caus still that there could--still be smaller accident but pro avoid-smalle avoided head- on collisions. and hopefully avoid fatalities. scott rates, kron 4 news. >>jacqueline: downtown san francisco, 1 in. in the last 24 hours. and livermore, san jose less reported. as we take a look of the satellite and radar. we will see drier conditions over the next several days but we will have to contend with fog. areas of dense fog and afternoon clearing the dry, warmer weather as we go for the weekend for i >> and a arrest is made in connection to the horrific crime and date oncoming subway train. and a major sewage spill. >> before you do any holiday shopping pay pal.. is going to great links. is pretty surprising, coming up and might have gabe slate tech report and residents in the north bay dealing with the aftermath of a major sewage spill cl
with a young student. >> everyone needs to read that letter. it is shocking. >> alexis, are you here? you want to come up here? come on. don't be shy, nobody's going to bite. >> let's give her some encouragement here. we've heard from adults all day long, we want to hear from somebody who is -- come over here, young lady. my name is cheryl, thank you for being here. we have some great guests who care about you, everybody in this room cares about you. you have been through some training. you have a question for our guests? >> no, but i want to thank you for doing this. thank you. without this we'd be back at scare one. >> thank you. >> have you seen bullying at your school? can you tell us a little about that? >> i don't have bullying like at the movie but it's kind of like, oh, she wore this, so. >> did somebody in your school do something about it? >> not really. the teachers don't see it. >> nobody wants to say anything to the teachers so they don't think this is a big deal. >> yeah. >> you've been through training to stop bullying so what does that mean? >> we'll try to stop it
they suggested a naked island you said how about ascatraz. >> yes. >> you know that was a 2011 storm with alexis texas. the plot of the movie is she was sennence ited to ascatraz because her ass has caused the u.s. so much harm. >> i think they miss typed the last word. she has lost a lot of weight. >> i have no idea who she is. lori you said you can't gender target market -- gender market target. what does that mean? >> you can't advertise toys targeted for young children to a specific gender because they are so and maliable. >> you say you can do that? >> you should not market to genders. >> so hasbro is wrong? >> the easy bake oven is a classic. if it ain't broke don't fix it. >> i think they are stupid to market. why shrink your customers by 50%? >> that's an easy no brainer kind of thing to say. >> that's what i specialize in. >> oh boy. it doesn't matter who you advertise to. children of a certain age will graph tate toward what they are interested in. >> the funny thing is -- >> although maybe the parents are susceptible. maybe change the marketing and focus on the parents. it is the pare
and businesses from this looming tax hike. jon: joining us now to talk about all this, alexis mcgill johnson, executive director of american values institute, and ron bonjean a guy who knows how things get handled in the house of representatives. he was former communications director to house speaker hastert. the house, ron, is saying look we sent spending bills over to the senate and they have languished. so it is their turn. is that a workable strategy? i mean are americans going to say okay, the house has done its job? >> well, here, if we don't get a deal, even a small deal i think that americans will blame washington in general. you know the president tried to blame republicans in over the weekend, you know, on a sunday talk show and i don't think that's the way voters see it. i think they will say, you know what? democrats, republicans you're not getting anything done. we elected, we reelected president obama because he wanted him to go on a path forward but it's not happening. you, and i think if the markets crash, it will scare a lot of people and i think and taxes will go up. i thin
. >> david's five-year-old daughter alexis went to preschool at the sandy hook elementary. >> i am afraid to even look at it to recognize and see the names of my little ones playmates. >> he sent his daughter to a different elementary school a stroke of fate on a day when parents look for answers where there are none. >> heart wrenching right now. it's not easy to swallow what's going on in my backyard. >> young law new town, connecticut. >>> as this tragedy unfolds stay with abc 7 news for continuing coverage. you can receive urgent updates on your smart phone by downloading our free abc 7 and options for our push notifications. >>> let's turn now to our weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi carolyn. good morning everyone. yesterday's light rain from a tenth to two tenths of an inch. it was cold. warmest spots along the coast 2k50egs. it is 49 we have cloudy skies with a few light showers in the north bay. temperatures are much warmer this morning due to the clouds cover low level moisture. so numbers ranging from the low 40s to about 50 this afternoon. more showers around. bu
"les miserables" hits the big screen christmas day. >> alexis christoforous takes a look at what makes this version of the movie different than anyone you've ever seen before. >> reporter: broken and haggerred when the audience first meets him, sentenced to 19 years of hard labor for stealing a loaf of bread in 19th century france. the epic tale follows him played by hugh jackman as he raises an orphan to redeem himself while remaining on the run from a ruthless policeman played by russell crowe. >> become a dog on the run, have i fallen so far and the hour so late. >> reporter: unlike movie musicals of the past, the cast of "les miserables" did not prerecord their songs in a studio. they sang on the set with a live piano they could hear in an ear piece allowing them more freedom with the music. >> it seemed more risks were taken by more people on any parts i've been involved with. >> reporter: the live singing was especially exciting for actress ann hat away. her mother played the same tragic role in the touring company when she was 7 years old. >> i think seeing my mother die really
when he collided with the alexis. he lived and three of the four victims' not living. it collided with the-lexus. >> to not stop in the center divide. if possible, exit the freeway, completely. a investigators collected evidence mapping out the crime scene at one. traffic was backed up nearly 10 mi.. in san mateo county, kron 4 news. >> the great mall in milpitas was closed for most of the afternoon today because of the mabomb threat at kohl's jeff bush explained explains what police are looking for. >> it is been tense at this mall in milpitas it started at 2:30 this employee who found a note in the men's room. it was a bomb threat. the police, the fire department, paramedics for also called in first responders to the scene. this department store is where this focused. the store was evacuate it and the bomb squad were called and the k-9 unit. the swat team rolled in with their portable robot that also looked for devices but so far, nothing has been found. the store will remain closed until the police are sure that the all clear can be given. in milpitas, kron 4. >>pam: ahead at e
and so many others do not. and i spoke with a woman earlier today, she has a daughter named alexis. she was a third grader here, she's okay, too. she said throughout the day, they've been talking, she's been asking her questions. then finally her daughter, from the third grade, age eight, said, mom, are you going to be okay? your point is well taken about how they absorb this and how they try and interpret it and understand it. and they, just like it whole town, are now left to live with this for the rest of their lives, bill. >> bill: the only advice i could give to anybody threw is be strong. parents have to be strong for their children and they have to be very well aware that this thing is going to go on for a long, long time. all right. good job. thank you very much. as always, we really appreciate it. bill will be on throughout the evening. factor factor tip of the day. some advice to avoid being conned this christmas. we'll have that for you in 60 seconds >>> the tip of the day, don't be conned. we have some good nuse, thank god. best christmas promotion for the weekend and monday
: well, listen, thank you. this is a fascinating books. alexis totino, the toes he says he don't know about it. >> guest: thank you very much. the fact that was, but tv signature programs in which authors are interviewed by policymakers, legislators and others familiar with their material. "after words" errors at 10:00 p.m. on saturday, 12:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. on monday. you can also watch "after words" online. go to booktv.org and click on the booktv series and topics list on the upper right side of the page. >> historian harlow giles unger recounts the life of the six president, john quincy adams who died in 1840. quincy adams, second president had a long career, which aside from his presidency 10 years as secretary of state, senator, congressman administered six countries. this is a little under an hour. [applause] >> thank you very much. i will start with a fairly simple question. was very moment when he said to yourself i need to write a biography of john quincy adams? >> yes, indeed there was. it took place a couple years ago when i ran out of ideas for any more books on the fo
word for it. take the word of alexis. he wrote democracy in america two generations after the american founding. two generations after madison identified tyranny of the majority as the distinctively worst political outcome that democracy could produce. he had a different answer than madison did to the question of what kind of despotism democratic nations have to fear. his warning is justly famous and more pertinent now than ever. this despotism that worried him would be milder than traditional despotism would degrade men without tormenting them. it is absolute, detailed, regular, far seen and mild. it would resemble paternal power if like tatted for its object to prepare men for manhood, button contrary it seeks only to keep them fixed irrevocably in childhood. it rarely works for their happiness but wants to be the sole ash or the for their happiness. it provides for their security, foresees and secures their needs, facilitates their pleasures, conducts their principle affairs, directs their industry, regulates their estates, divides their inheritances, can it not take away from them
:26 on monday, december 3 31. a rough morning on the roads. alexis davies is here with all you need to know. >> we have good news on the roadways. all of the oubd lanes on the memorial bridge have been re-opened. there was an earlier accident that shut them down. it's been cleared out of the roadway and has been re-opened. a live look now at the beltway. the inner and outer loop looking good. you're looking at an 11-minute drive time. >> we have breaking news from montgomery county. you're looking live at chopper 4 video where teams are rescuing two hunters who were stranded after their boat floated away in toby town. both are doing okay. new this morning fairfax county police are investigating a deadly crash. a tractor-trailer and a car collided on sully near route 66 west before 2:00 this morning. the driver of the car died. police haven't released information about the victims or what caused the crash. we have your forecast coming up. stay with us for that. >>> the redskins are in the playoffs. they beat the dallas cowboys 28-18 last night to clinch the nfc east. rookie al friend boris r
. >> reporter: it's why critics predict she's a shoo-in for winning the oscar. alexis christoforous, cbs news, new york. >> cannot wait to see it again. it opens christmas day. thank you for watching 9news at 5:00 a.m. good morning. i'm andrea roane. >>> i'm mike hydeck. friday is almost here. monika samtani is here. good to see i. mr. bernstein, let's kick it off with the weather. >> "les miserables" will be live here in theater. a cold morning. temperatures in the 20s and 30s. our day planner, a cold day but the difference today, the winds will be much, much lighter, only variable southeast at 5 miles an hour. 43 by lunch time. and we'll stay in the mid-40s for highs. a few clouds overnight have left the region. so we have clear skies this morning and a cold, cold start down in the low 20s now. frederick 23. it's 27 in cumberland and winchester. leesburg 28. fredricksburg at the freezing mark this morning. scott and the gang at andrews checking in with 29. you'll need the heavy jackets and probably the gloves although it may not be too bad with you with highs about 47 in easton and 47 also
&p is up just a fraction. and the nasdaq is up 9. >>> let's go to new york, where alexis christoforous has tonight's cbs money watch update of the. >> stocks were modestly higher to start the week on wall street. but investors were cautioning. and italy's prime minister, mario monty, resigned. wall street is expecting the worst bonus season since the financial crisis of 2008. the average bonus will decline 16 1/2% from last year, to just over $100,000. and about one in five wall street workers won't get a bonus at all, as banks and investment firms continue to struggle in a tough economy. sales at mcdonald's rose in november, as u.s. brought more breakfast items and its new cheddar bacon onion sandwiches. drivers are getting some relief at the gas pump. according to the lundberg survey, a gallon of regular unleaded costs average. $3.46 nationwide. and retailers are acquiring holiday help in record numbers. retailers a added, 465,500 seasonal workers in november as they wrap up for the holidays. that's barely surpasses a previous record set in 2005,
them out. bill: that was part of what we were picking up last pour. alexis winterhower is only 18 years old. she has gone to the mall many times. interest is great to see you, i'm sure your parents feel the same way. take us inside the mall at that moment. where were you and what do you remember? >> good morning. i was downstairs towards the end of the mall in a mayor salon getting my hair done. shaoef was in thshe was in the middle of blow drying my hair and we heard a very loud noise, sounded like the roof was falling through or something large was falling over and metal was khrat terg. i clattering. she turned off the blow drier and said, it sounded like a gun is that a gun? we saw people scattering all around, that's when we realized we had to get out. we didn't know where the shooter was, if there were multiple of them. we got out as fast as we could, we went to the parking lot and hid behind a dumpster. bill: it is a remarkable story of survival. my apologies, here is the house speaker john boehner on another big story today. >> the longer the white house slow walks this discussio
of the school year issue was so kind. >> the daughter, alexis would to preschool at the sandy hook elementary. >> it is difficult to recognize the names and comprehend. >> this is a they were parents look for answers. >> it is heart wrenching. this is happening right in my backyard. >> let us take a look if the weather is difficult to see because of that dense fog. robin, that fog will last. however, it will be on the cool side today we will be dry for most of the sunday with a storm on the way that will arrive late. possibly 1 in. rainfall not a lot of more wet weather on the way. it could linger so give yourself some extra time. tomorrow however, today it shalshould look pretty decent. there is more wet weather on the way. here is a look at the satellite and radar. the cool front over northern california premiere rain and snowfall. this is what your sunday morning will look like with a lot of fog coverage. this is left over from the storm yesterday with pop up showers possibly this afternoon. when that second storm moves in. by midnight, we will see light /moderate rainfall in the northern
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